5 Things That Can Cause A Gas Furnace To Stop Working

Do you have a gas-powered furnace that is not working right? If so, it could be due to one of these components that have gone bad over time. You'll likely need to bring out an HVAC technician to diagnose the problem for you and perform the necessary heating repairs.  The Thermostat The first part that you should inspect is your thermostat, which is the component that is essentially the brains of the furnace. [Read More]

How To Determine Which AC Unit Is Right For My Home

Whether you've got a new home that you're installing an air conditioner in, or you're replacing one that has recently gone out, trying to determine which air conditioning system is right for your house can be a challenge. Online tutorials are filled with technical jargon and industry lingo that can be difficult to decipher, so we came up with a series of questions that you can ask yourself to determine which type of make and model is right for you. [Read More]

Do I Need To Call An Emergency AC Tech?

There are emergencies, and then there are emergencies, and if your air conditioner breaks down in the middle of hot weather, it's definitely the latter. No time is a good time to have your air conditioner break down, but when is it a good idea to call an AC tech to come repair it immediately? Most HVAC companies offer a variety of residential air conditioning services that should take care of any issue you have, but if you notice any of the problems listed below with your HVAC system, schedule an emergency repair today. [Read More]

What Are The Different Types Of Furnaces?

Depending on where you live, you may have an option for several different types of heating system installation. Some are more efficient than others, but choosing the right one for your home can be a challenge. Below are the five most common types of furnaces, along with their own unique strengths and weaknesses. Oil Furnace Though almost exclusively found in the Northeastern part of the United States, oil furnaces are not very energy-efficient but are very inexpensive to install and maintain, making them ideal for older homes that already require a lot of upkeep. [Read More]